See also: ethics-critical
Critical Pedagogy is an approach to teaching and learning predicated on fostering agency and empowering learners (implicitly and explicitly critiquing oppressive power structures). source
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The word “critical” in Critical Pedagogy functions in several registers: - Critical, as in mission-critical, essential; - Critical, as in literary criticism and critique, providing definitions and interpretation; - Critical, as in reflective and nuanced thinking about a subject; - Critical, as in criticizing institutional, corporate, or societal impediments to learning; - Critical Pedagogy, as a disciplinary approach, which inflects (and is inflected by) each of these other meanings.
What does this look like? How does it apply to (critical) academic professional learning?